The Toronto Vintage Clothing show has grown to be the largest in Canada!  The show floor is going to be bursting with amazing vintage & retro fashion, jewelry,accessories, vintage Chanel purses and more!  Whether you are looking for fun and fashionable accessories or that a one-of-a-kind dress - it's all here.  From retro and vintage street wear to high fashion styles - don't miss this rare opportunity to shop top independent vintage fashion vendors!

For the latest updates - please check our FACEBOOK page.  Here are just a few of the vendors that will be at the event:

PRIMETIME one of Canada's most amazing vintage clothing vendors has just confirmed their participation! PRIMETIME spends a lot of time in the U.S. sourcing fabulous dresses and accessories that you don't see anywhere else!  Here is a sample of their latest finds!

 

CHANEL TOUCH is making a very rare Toronto appearance - and we are thrilled that it is at The Toronto Vintage Clothing Show!  CHANEL TOUCH is the only luxury re-seller in Canada who specializes in vintage and pre-owned Chanel.  Vintage Chanel offers classic and enduring styles at an exceptional prices. You can also bring in your Chanel purse for a free expert evaluation!

You will not believe the vast inventory of vintage fashion that THE IAN DRUMMOND COLLECTION showcases. When television and movies require vintage wardrobe- Ian is the one they turn to!  His business has provided clothing and accessories for Hollywood movies such as The Aviator, Chicago and Capote. Each and every incredible piece needs to pass by Ian's experience eye before it make it on the the sales rack.  Don't miss this booth at the show! 

Ian Drummond surrounded by his superb (and vast!) inventory at The Ian Drummond Collection                                                                                        Photo credit: Nick Kozak

Ian Drummond surrounded by his superb (and vast!) inventory at The Ian Drummond Collection                                                                                        Photo credit: Nick Kozak